Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
25 Dec 1940

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25 Dec 1940

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - December 25, 1940, Postville, Iowa Page four. The Postville Herald Postville. Iowa. Wednesday december i Postville Herald we. J. Kun Fobell publisher entered at the pos Oitice at Postville Iowa As second class matter. Subscription Price "?2.00 per year in the u. S. A. Payable strictly in Advance advertising rates display.30 cents per Inch locals readers legals.10c per line want a word 25c minimum card of thanks.,._____75c Cash with order on All mail orders. No poetry accepted National editorial qua association wednesday december 25, 1940. Atty. Jos. B. Steele spent the weekend in Cedar rapids. Bob Hamilton will spend Christmas with Mother at Lakota. Wanted experienced Man to work on farm. Inquire at this office. Or. And mrs. C. E. Cox and family spent Christmas in the Home of Mother mrs. Anna Cox at West Union. Iris theatre Postville Iowa wednesday Only december 25 Claude Rains Miriam Hopkins the lady with red hair another truly Fine picture and another first run showing in northeastern Iowa. We believe we have one of the year s finest pictures for your Christmas Day. Selected Short subjects include Joe Reichman band act shark Hunting a sport reel Malibu Beach a color travel. No Cash night Christmas thursday Friday and saturday december 26, 27 and 28 Johnny Downs and Ruth Terry supported by Billy Gilbert and Vera vague of radio Fame in sing dance plenty hot this Snappy Little show is excellent entertainment it s just what the title says and it s right Down the Alley for everyone who likes music singing and tap dancing. Also metro news color cartoon sport reel and band act. Sunday monday december 29 and 30 Claudette Colbert Ray Milland arise my love you did t have to urge people to see gone with the wind Boom town and strike up the band and those who Are discriminating in their tastes and who follow movie magazines will not need urging to see arise my if it in t one of the year s Best pictures if not actually the Best what picture is better sunday matinee at 2 30 Povi. Tuesday and wednesday dec 31 and Jan. 1 East of the River with John Garfield and Brenda Marshall and trailing double trouble with the three Mesqui Teers a Snappy action tuesday and wednesday Are the important we extend Christmas greetings. To our patrons and friends y Dietsch wishes a merry Christmas. Art Thoma of Monona was a caller in Postville thursday. Henry m. Koevenig will spend Christmas with son Paul and family in Decorah. For Sale a purebred Duroc Jersey Stock hog. Inquire of Lloyd Bigler r. 1, Postville Iowa.-10c. Egg prices remain the same As the past two weeks with specials listed at 23c, regulars 19c and lights 14c. Or. And mrs. Mack Peterson and the children Are spending Christmas at Elgin in the a e. Harrington Home. Or. And mrs., George Hartley spent sunday at the Home of their son Grant Hartley and family near new Albin. Miss Hallie Carter of Denver Colorado arrived saturday for a Christmas visit in the Rev. J. Ian Fraser Home. Or. And mrs. Leslie Epperly and family left tuesday for Leon where they Are visiting relatives Over Christmas Day. Miss Marion Powers is expected Here this wednesday morning for a Christmas visit to her parents or. And mrs. John Powers. A. L. Peterson left tuesday for Des Moines where he will visit sons Don and Duane in the or. And mrs. Don Peterson family Home. Wayne Chamberlain and Donald Voelker Are Home from Iowa state College Ames to spend the Holiday vacation Here with their parents. By Harris and Donald Ritchie went to Prairie Duchien wis., saturday for a visit to their Mother mrs. Clarence Riser for Over the holidays. Miss Florence Casten teacher in the Rock Island hi., schools is Here to spend the holidays with her grandparents or. And mrs. John Casten or. Miss Florence Foley is Home from Marquette where she teaches in the Public schools to spend the holidays with her parents or. And mrs. T. H. Foley. Harley Swenson arrived Home from fort Des Moines for a 10 Day furlough visit in the Home of parents or. And mrs. Seward Swenson of East of Postville. Miss Marjorie Folsom and or. I Lebel arrived tuesday from Davenport for a Holiday visit Here in the Home of miss Folsom s parents or. And mrs. Gilbert Folsom. Or. And mrs. C. F. Smith and son Billy of Waterloo Are expected Here this wednesday morning for a Christmas visit with her father Karl Miller and other . Fred c. Schultz was at Iowa City last week to visit her daughter Helen who is a nurse in the University Hospital and who will be unable to come Home for the holidays. Give a general electric radio for Christmas. Be have them in All sizes and at any Price you want to pay. The Home Oil company. Elrie Ruckdaschel went to Minneapolis minn., last thursday and drove Home a new Mercury car. Eldo Kluss drove to Prairie Duchien wis., to Board the Zephyr train. Turkeys ducks geese and your order now for that Christmas and new year s dinner. Meyer four county hatchery. Or. And mrs. R. C. Huebner and daughter Margaret drove to Marble Rock Friday to get Shirley Huebner teacher in the Public schools in that town to spend the holidays Here. Cloy Lawson has rented the Robert Collins farm of 120 acres near Dorchester to which he will move on March 1. He is now operating the we. Lawson farm Northeast of town. Dennis Lammert son of or. And mrs. De. Lammert and Gates Williams son of or. And mrs. Victor Williams came Here Friday from Iowa state College Ames to spend the holidays. Eulalia Klingbeil advisor to a group of girls at Vanderbilt University Nashville tenn., arrived Here saturday afternoon to spend the holidays with her parents or. And mrs. We. J. Klingbeil. Or. And mrs. J. J. Thill and three sons and mrs. B. F. Dasher of Dubuque Are expected Here tuesday to spend the Christmas holidays with or. And mrs. Joe Hecker and or. And mrs. J. E. Horgan and Crabtree and Lorayne Jacobia of Postville students at upper Iowa University Are spending the Christmas holidays with their parents or. And mrs. Clarence r. Crabtree and or. And mrs. Ray Jacobia. Weekend specials Jack Sprat Pancake flour.15c Penick imitation Maple syrup.33c herring Cut lunch it. Jar.25c herring Holland style 5 lbs.78c Dill pickles quart jar.15c olives quart jar.39c roasted peanuts 2 lbs._.25c super mixed salted nuts lb.39c pitted dates bulk lb.19c chocolate cherries la. Box.19c part Pak beverages it. Bott Icloa coca cola 6 bottles.25c Peanut Brittle lb.10c broken mixed Candy lb-.10c English walnuts lb.20c grape fruit dozen.25c Sunkist Navel oranges doz._.,.15c 25c 35c 45c Florida juice oranges doz.-20c lettuce 2 Heads for._.15c Goose liver sausage Limburger cheese sugar bowl ice Cream fresh oysters Thoma Bros. The Jack Sprat store Dietsch says Happy new year. Fred Groth was a business caller in Cedar rapids monday. A livestock loadings from december 18.through december 22nd, included 17 decks of hogs and cattle. Or. And mrs. Richard Gulsvig spent sunday in Decorah in the Conrad Aarn Sand Edwin Aarnes Homes. Hazel Marion is spending Christmas from her duties in the Rea office visiting her parents at now Hampton. Miss Thora Collyer is Here from Waterloo to spend Christmas in the Home of or. And mrs. C. C. Searls. Or. And mrs. Glen Blakeman of Waterloo spent the week end Here in the Home of her parents or. And mrs. L. J. Masonhall. Or. Arid mrs. Orville Welzel and son Are Here from Naperville til., to spend Christmas at the Home of or. Welzel s father Carl g. Welzel and family. Florence Hoth is Home from her teaching duties at Springville to spend the holidays with her parents or. And mrs. Chas. H. Hoth. The Postville elevator will have a few Hundred pounds of cabbage at 1% cents per Pound Friday and saturday. Neva Kluss arrived Here sunday from Terril where she teaches in the Public schools to spend the holidays with her parents or. And mrs. Eldo Kluss. Miss Mary Helen Harper teacher in the Marquette schools arrived Here Friday night to spend the holidays with her parents or. And mrs. W. A. Harper. Duane Schroeder is Here from Carthage College Carthage 111., to spend the Holiday vacation in the Home of parents or. And mrs. De. F. Schroeder. Cadet Robert Harrington is Here from the u. S. Military Academy West Point new York to spend Christmas with parents or. And mrs. By Harrington. Miss Lorraine Powers Dean of girls in the Sioux City Public schools came sunday night to spend her Holiday vacation in the Home of her parents or. And mrs. John Powers. Or. And mrs. George Huebner will move this week end into the Fred j. Miller apartment House taking up residence in the apartment to be vacated by the c. B. Davenport family. Frank Bollman went to Rochester minn., thursday for a Check up on physical condition at the Mayo clinic. He was accompanied by Nephew Lyman Olson of Waterville. G. A. Renne went to Cedar rapids Friday and returned Here sunday to be with wife who has been ill at the Home of her sister miss Louise Kugel the past two months. Give a general electric radio for Christmas. We have them in All sizes and at any Price you want to pay. The Home Oil company. Miss Kathleen Thomson arrived saturday morning for a few Days visit in the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Irvin Thomson. Miss Thomson is taking a governess course in Chicago. Santa Claus mustered the help of the Stork and made a pre Christmas visit to the Home of or. And mrs. Arthur Whitley in this City sunday leaving them an 84-Pound baby boy. Jack Bush employed the hitch hiking method to come from Iowa state teachers College Cedar Falls to hang up socks at christmastime in the Home of parents or. And mrs. A. W. Bush. Or and mrs. Cloy Waters of Burlington who had been at Minneapolis on business stopped off Here for a visit to or. And mrs. Eaton Waters and mrs. John Waters returning to their Home on monday. Or. And mrs. Lloyd Hein and daughter of Valparaiso ind., and or. And mrs. Orville Hein and daughter of Elgin ni., Are Here to spend Christmas in the Home of the gentlemen s parents or. And mrs. W. H. Hein. Miss Eileen Hofer arrived Here monday morning for a Holiday visit in the Home of her Mother mrs. Sam Hofer. She was accompanied Here by miss Bessie Grimm of Elgin. Both Young ladies Are employed in Chicago. Robert Kelleher Kathryn Klingbeil Louis Hill jr., Howard Humphrey Robert burling Roland Gray and Leo Mcneil All students at the state University of Iowa at Iowa City Are Home for the Holiday vacation. Charles Sonnkalb who is stationed at Randolph Field Texas in the u. S. Flying corps arrived Here saturday on a 12-Day furlough which he will spend with parents. Or. And mrs. Paul Sonnkalb and sister Marion. Or. George Kelleher arrived Home thursday from Milwaukee wis., for a visit in the Home of Mother mrs. Carrie Kelleher. He is serving internship in a Hospital in the Cream City and had to return to work monday. Howard Humphrey student at the University of Iowa drove to Des Moines Friday to get sister Mary Hope Humphrey teacher in the Johnston school and Bernice Oldag student at a. I. B. In Des Moines and brought them Here to spend the holidays in their respective Homes. Marie Voelker daughter of or. And mrs. De. Voelker of route 3, Postville won a place on the Honor Roll during the fall Quarter at Iowa state teachers College Cedar Falls where she is attending school according to a bulletin released Friday afternoon. Miss Voelker is Home spending the Holiday vacation with her parents. Miss Claram Heins arrived last night tuesday to spend Christmas Here in the Home of her Mother mrs. Charles Heins. While Here she will also visit her brother Leo Heins and family her sister mrs. Roy Moon and family and Cousin mrs. Edward Bur Dick and family. Miss Heins is an employee of the Socony vacuum Oil company in Chicago. This office is in receipt of a card from or. And mrs. E. W. Green who with or. And mrs. Willard Bollman Are Enro Ute to Inglewood calif., to spend some time visiting in the Home of mrs. Green s sister. Mrs. Amos Mcmartin. The card was addressed at fort Worth Texas and read in part found plenty of Snow and ice on the roads until we reached the Oklahoma line. Saw some god forsaken territory. In Oklahoma but it looks pretty Good la Texas Castalia news items Zion lutheran Church Rev. We. Stripe pastor december 24-chn Somas eve service with the sunday school program tit 8 00 p. In. December 25-Christmas Day services at 10 30 a. In connection with this service holy communion will be celebrated. During All Christmas services offerings will be taken. The embroidery club held their annual Christmas party at the Home of mrs. E. J. Baltz on saturday. Creamery meeting the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Farmers co operative Creamery company will be held in tile basement of the Turner Hall. Postville Iowa on monday january with 19-41, beginning at one o clock p. M., Sharp for the purpose of electing the officers for the year 1941 and for the transaction t f such other business As May come before the said meeting. Carl g. Welzel. Secretary notice our business year closes on december 31, 1940 everyone who is indebted to us please make payment before the end of the year. Postville Farmers co operative society give a general electric radio for Christmas. We have them in All sizes and at any Price you want to pay. The Home Oil company. Emil f. Aulerich and w. J. H. Schultz were Here from Monona Friday to meet the bus on which Dor Leen Aulerich student at Iowa state College came to spend the holidays. Clifton Weihe is Here from lamber ton. Minn., where he is the supervisor of vocal and instrumental music to spend the Holiday vacation with Mother. Mrs. J. C. Weich and other relatives. Eileen Chamberlain. Marie Voelker and Harry Olson students at Iowa state teachers College. Cedar Falls arrived Here Friday to spend the holidays in their respective Homes. Earl Chamberlain drove Down to get them. While everyone Csc is wishing you a merry curl slim Well be a bit different and wish you happiness on that that the Day after Christmas Ami the Days through the coming year Shell service station Burr Cook proprietor 3& this firm is wishing you the happiest Christmas Yon Coth possibly have. We want to thank you for the business Yon to Given us during the past year. We Hope to Merit your Paton. Age during the year ahead. Carlton Schroeder Clothil men s and boys clothing and furnishings 3� is of Mem Mumm a. Organized in 1872, we have been extending Holiday greetings to the be $ of Postille and Vicinity for 68 years. But never in All these years have the officers directors and employees d this Bank been More sincere in saying merry Christmas of friends and patrons than they Are today. May you and yours have a most Happy yuletide this year and Many Yea to come. Postville state Bank member of the Federal Deposit insurance corporation  new year s eve Arnival dance sponsored by Postville fire department Turner Hall tuesday december 31 dancing from 10 00 till 2 00 Rodney rist0w concert orchestra will furnish the music you la enjoy come to Turner Hall Postville for your new year s a Vei party. There will be fun galore carnival favors and specials Tures on the program All for $1.00 per couple

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